TITLE

Today's Mandate for Pharmacy Deans: Anticipating Change

AUTHOR(S)
Cohen, Jordan L.
PUB. DATE
February 2009
SOURCE
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education;Feb2009, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents the author's view concerning the challenges and opportunities faced by pharmacy schools and colleges leaders. It explores the various roles of the deans from 1980s until 1990s with regards to faculty management and curriculum planning. Moreover, it provides several impacts of the current pressures such as technological advancement and quality teaching competition to deanship including increased complexity, innovation and entrepreneurship and increased accountability.
ACCESSION #
37131244

 

Related Articles

  • Program for Potential Dropouts. MaWhinney, Lucille Gale // Education Digest;Dec1956, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p10 

    This article evaluates the introduction of work-experience program into the school program in the U.S. Several students liked talking about the work phase of the program, for this was one class activity about which they knew more than the teachers. Moreover, the local daily provided a class set...

  • BEYOND THE STATUS QUO--A Reappraisal of Instructional Supervision. Turney, David // Educational Leadership;May1966, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p664 

    The article presents information on the role instructional supervision. One result of the multi-functioned conception of supervision and the accompanying diffusion of role has been the reduction of the supervisor's position to that of a sort of educational, utility infielder whose...

  • The Schools of Our Nation Need Some Curricular Experiences in Common. Engleman, Finis E. // Education Digest;Dec1956, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p6 

    This article focuses on role of the U.S. government in determining all aspects of the instructional needs of school administration in the country. Several schools in the country need some curricular experiences in common. The curriculum program needs to be implemented by a broader look. It is no...

  • PARTICIPATORY SUPERVISION: WAVE OF THE FUTURE OR OXYMORON? Gordon, Stephen P. // Education;Summer91, Vol. 111 Issue 4, p501 

    The author defines supervision as "leadership for the improvement of instruction and, ultimately, student learning," and proposes that teachers be involved in all leadership tasks that directly impact instruction. These tasks are improvement of the school environment, curriculum development,...

  • Leader in Education. King, Fred M. // Education;Nov1966, Vol. 87 Issue 3, p185 

    The article profiles Fred M. King, Director of Instruction in the Rochester, Minnesota, Public Schools. King has long been deemed a leader in the field of curriculum development. King, who was educated at Bradley and Columbia Universities, spent many years in each position of elementary school...

  • Forward Motion. Archer, Jeff // Education Week;9/14/2005, Vol. 25 Issue 3, pS12 

    The article reports that leaders of the 10,000-student Gilroy Unified School District sought to create a collaborative environment in which teachers make corrections throughout the year. Meeting in "data teams," teachers compare notes and plan adjustments in their instruction. Superintendent...

  • WHAT SCHOOLS ARE DOING: Organizing For Curriculum Development. Wagner, Guy // Education;May1962, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p573 

    This article presents the view of Guy Wagner, director of the curriculum laboratory at the State College of Iowa, on curriculum development. Wagner cites the perspective of former University of Washington president Dr. Henry Suzzalo on curriculum development. He enumerates the important trends...

  • Designs for General Education: Alternative Approaches to Curriculum Integration. Vars, Gordon F. // Journal of Higher Education;Mar/Apr1982, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p216 

    Five curriculum designs appropriate for general education programs have evolved in American secondary schools and colleges: distribution requirements, required courses, correlated courses, combined courses, the integrative seminar, and core curriculum. Forewarned of the advantages and...

  • When Citizens Participate. Ovsiew, Leon // Educational Leadership;Oct1961, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p31 

    The article discusses the role of administrators and citizens in curriculum planning. It has been observed that the interest of citizens and professionals in educational planning differs as both of them do not perceive each other as equal members of the same team. The life of curriculum...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics